Wenger willing to let Ramsey enter final year of Arsenal contract

Giroud It was 'definitely' the right move to leave Arsenal and join Chelsea

But perhaps they should worry about their own players' contracts, with a fog of rumour gradually building around Thibaut Courtois, who will be available for nothing in the summer of 2019 and thus a potential bargain for someone as early as this summer.

When pressed on the latest regarding his contract by BT Sport, Ramsey replied: "Nothing to comment on at the moment".

If he refuses to sign a deal they may have no choice but to cash in on the Welshman in the summer, with Chelsea ready to snap him up if they get the chance to before next season. 'I think they've been busy trying to tie up other contracts'.

Negotiations with Mesut Ozil and failed talks with Alexis Sanchez dominated Arsenal's internal business in the last few seasons.

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I like to think that none of our key players would even second think a switch to White Hart Lane (or their new unnamed stadium), but it would be a huge reality check if someone like Ramsey did force a move to their club. TalkSPORT says the Italian media have suggested the defender, who is out of contract with Lazio in the summer, is putting the final touches on a move to Inter.

Speaking this week, Arsene Wenger was asked about Ramsey's situation and if a different approach will be taken after Ozil and Sanchez went in to the past year of their deals. I don't know what you look for.

Wenger added that the values of the club would convince players to extend their contracts, with Wilshere out of contract this summer. But, Ramsey as a player still is a lucrative target for clubs that need a box-to-box midfielder or an advanced playmaker of sorts, in their team. This club has been created by people who work in the fabric. Those are the values we want the players to take charge of, stay together and show these values.

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